A clinical away performance by the Beavers saw them pocket 3 well deserved points at one of the more remote outposts of Ryman League football, Lowestoft Town. The team had had a disappointing display against Grays Athletic to respond to and they did that with some gusto, hitting just the three shots on target, conver... Read more
The Beavers eased into the quarter-final of the Middlesex Senior Cup with a comfortable 3-0 win at Wembley's Vale Farm ground, the performance capped with a quality Karle Carder finish, 5 minutes from time.
The opportunity was taken to try a few players and give those on the fringe of the squad a game as Darren took... Read more
After taking four points from their last two games, Hampton & Richmond Borough were unable to take anything from a game in which the best side won.
With Tom Hickey suspended and James Simmonds unavailable, Karle Carder came into central midfield, while Bradley Simmonds came in on the right, with Joe Turner... Read more
We can announce today the signing of Aaron Wickham following his release from Conference Premier club Aldershot. The nineteen year old Camden born player can operate either in midfield or up front, and has been signed in time to be eligible for tomorrow's Ryman League Premier Division clash with Grays Athletic at Bever... Read more
A second half Joe Turner goal managed to earn a point for the Beavers on a cold night in SE 28.
The Beavers looked tired and took a while to get going, with Rodney Chiweshe coming to their rescue with two wonderful saves in the opening five to ten minutes. In this time, Thamesmead took advantage of the defen... Read more
On a pitch that had only just passed an 11 am inspection and limited both team's desire to play attractive football, the Beavers made light of being down to 10 men for most of the second half to snatch a deserved win, thanks to an 89th minute Charlie Moone winner.
Hampton started the brighter and after a Joe T... Read more
The clubs have agreed to play the fixture next Tuesday, November 26th, at Bayliss Avenue, with a 7-45 kick off.
This is the match that should have been played tomorrow, Tuesday 19th November. Read more
Hampton were eliminated from this season's FA Trophy, but the lads can be very proud of their performance at Basingstoke Town. Their opponents, fourth in Conference South at kickoff, were heavy favourites to progress, but in the end can maybe count themselves luck to have progressed at the first time of asking.
Among ... Read more
The Beavers somehow exited this season's Robert Dyas League Cup after a 3-1 defeat against Metropolitan Police at Imber Court. Club captain Billy Jeffreys made his welcome return to the first team after three months on the sidelines, and was partnered in central defence by Nick Grosvenor. Kofi Halliday and Luke Wanadio... Read more
Despite another goal from leading scorer Charlie Moone, the Beavers paid the price for allowing Canvey Island back into the game in the second half as a brace from Canvey's own goal machine, John Sands enable the Gulls to take the points.
The Beavers started off quite brightly and on 7 minutes they got their reward. B... Read more
The fireworks were bursting in mid-air as the locals celebrated the night of Guy Fawkes but the Beavers had to settle for a point against Harrow Borough, in a game both managers will feel they ought to have been celebrating taking three points.
It was the Beavers who were first to threaten in the 6th minute with Joe T... Read more
Two goals from Belal Aite-Ouakrim, his first for the club, ensured that the name of Hampton & Richmond Borough would be in the hat for Monday's Third Qualifying Round Draw of this season's FA Trophy. The former Hendon hitman's second half double settled this scrappy contest at a very windy Beveree Stadium against... Read more
The Beavers shook off their disappointment over Saturday's defeat versus Gloucester in the FA Cup to dominate and ultimately convincingly defeat league rivals Hendon. The cornerstone was an outstanding display of predatory goal scoring by Charlie Moone, whose goals marked the first time four was scored by one player ... Read more
A journey to the Severn valley for their first FA Cup 4th round qualifying tie away from Beveree nearly brought success for the Beavers, but in the end they were defeated by a Gloucester City side that demonstrated the difference in quality between the sides in the last 10 minutes of the game.
Joe Turner had... Read more
After Saturday’s one all draw at Beveree, the Beavers found themselves travelling to Bedfordshire for their third encounter this season with Bedford Town FC. A place in the 2nd Qualifying round at home to local rivals Met Police was at stake.
There were three changes from Saturday’s line up: Luke Wanad... Read more
The draw for the Second Round Qualifying of this season's FA Trophy has been made, and should we get through tomorrow night's replay at Bedford Town, we will face Met Police at Beveree Stadium. The tie would take place on Saturday, November 2nd, and would mean our league match at AFC Hornchurch would need to be rearran... Read more
Hampton will have to play this coming midweek after all, as they could only draw 1-1 with Bedford Town in the FA Trophy First Round Qualifying. The club had earlier in the week taken up the Isthmian League's offer of postponing their Premier Division match with Met Police ahead of the huge FA Cup tie at Gloucester City... Read more
We are delighted that popular striker Charlie Moone has been nominated for the FA Cup Player of the Round award. His brilliant hattrick and man of the match performance last Saturday against Arlesey Town has earned him his nomination. Should he top the poll, he would receive a commemorative trophy, but more importantly... Read more
This weekend's FA Trophy tie against Bedford Town at Beveree Stadium sees Borough as featured match in two media outlets. Radio Wey will be broadcasting live from the match, including full commentary. So if you can't get to the ground to support the boys, you can listen at www.radio.wey.co.uk.
In addition, the Non Lea... Read more
The Ryman Premier League has offered the club the opportunity to postpone Tuesday's league game vs Met Police in the light of Saturday week's FA Cup 4th round Qualifying tie at Gloucester City. The club have accepted this offer and so the match will now be played later on in the season. This will not apply if the FA Tr... Read more
The Beavers have been handed their first away day of the FA Cup campaign with a journey to either Yate Town or Gloucester City on Saturday October 26th.
The two teams will settle their tie on Wednesday evening, Yate travelling to Gloucester for the replay after a 2-2 draw on Saturday.
Yate play in the Southern League... Read more
The scheduled Ryman League match for 26th October - Thamesmead Town away - has been rescheduled for Tuesday 19th November.
The next game for the Beavers in the Ryman League Cup will be against Met Police on Tuesday 12th November at Imber Court.
In what looked in the beginning like a tough assignment in the FA Cup for the Beavers - against an in-form Arlesey Town from the Calor Gas Southern Premier - it ended up being an easy victory as Charlie Moone hit a brilliant hat-trick, thus exorcising the memories of the 6-2 thrashing by the Blues in 2011.
Yet... Read more
The club is delighted to announce 3 new signings, Lewis Taylor, Belal Aite-Ouakrim and Luke Wanadio, all of whom are eligible to play in today’s FA Cup tie.
Lewis is a tall left sided defender who has come through the Woking Academy system. He was part of the squad that won the Divisional t... Read more
One of the more exciting games to take place at Beveree this last few years, ended with Joe Turner capping a fine individual game by firing home the winning penalty in this Robert Dyas League Cup tie versus a plucky Carshalton team under new manager Ian Hazel.
The game got off to a flying start as Turner picked up a p... Read more
The long journey into Suffolk is never the easiest and on a humid warm day, the Beavers toiled to secure a point against a Leiston side that looked dangerous at times.
The first chance of the game fell to an unmarked Joe Turner, whose header from 15 yards was easily saved by Rossi.
For next half hour, Leiston dominat... Read more
A quality finish from Charlie Moone proved enough as Darren and Paul's team saw off their Southern Premier visitors to advance to the Third Qualifying Round of this season's FA Cup. Dan Thompson made his first home appearance since rejoining the club, and Justyn Roberts partnered Marcus Rose in central defence. Tommy B... Read more
18 year old defender Reece Brewster has signed with the club after impressing in the Academy. In addition, the club have taken on right sided midfielder Kofi Halliday and defender Nicholas Grosvenor on work experience from Aldershot Town. Goalkeeper Matthew Webster has signed non-contract forms with us after leaving ... Read more
The Beavers managed to put aside Saturday's defeat to take on Middlesex rivals Wingate & Finchley and they managed to hold on to grab a win that looked in danger at one point.
Returning striker Dan Thompson was selected for the bench, Anson Cousins was rewarded with a recall at left back.
The first 20 minutes w... Read more
The Beavers suffered a disappointing day on their visit to Bognor Regis Town's Nyewood Lane ground, so much in contrast to last season's fine result. The Rocks wide players, Palmer and Hopkinson, tormented the defence unmercilessly and Marcus Rose's somewhat harsh dismissal made the afternoon even harder.
Bognor dom... Read more
The club are pleased to confirm the signing of Justyn Roberts, a 27 year old central defender.
Roberts started his career at Nottm Forest, joining Leyton Orient & Dulwich Hamlet before moving to Weymouth in 2007, making 20 appearances. He then moved north to join Rushden & Diamonds in 2008 and before c... Read more
A slow burning game, Hampton & Richmond Borough finally overcame a stubborn Cray Wanderers team, who had defended well all game, with 4 goals in the exciting last 16 minutes.
Jordan Rocastle got his chance to start after being a number of good performances off the bench, Alex Parsons returned to the team after m... Read more
The abandoned game vs Met Police from last week will now be re-played on October 22nd.
As we are still in the FA Cup, the scheduled League game vs Hendon originally on September 28th will now be played on October 29th. Read more
The 2nd qualifying round draw has just been released by the FA, and the Beavers have been drawn at home to Bedford Town, to be played on 28th September.
This will mean the two clubs will play each other twice within the space of 3 weeks, as the teams were also drawn to play each other in the FA Trophy on October 19th. Read more
An amazing Joel Ledgister inspired second half comeback saw Hampton beat neighbours Ashford Town (Middlesex) in a pulsating derby to put their name into tomorrow's draw for the Second Round Qualifying of this season's FA Cup.
However, it was our visitors who impressed for the opening fifty minutes or so, with th... Read more
Word has been received from the ground from Nick Hornsey, club secretary, that the pitch will NOT need an inspection. After about an inch of rain fell on Beveree over the last day and a half, this is welcome news.
Kick off 3pm. Read more
Following an x-ray last night, it has been confirmed that Alan Bray has broken his arm in 2 places, following the accident in the game last night against Met Police.He is now currently waiting to find out if he needs an operation on the injury.Everyone at Hampton & Richmond sends Alan all its best wishes and hopes he h... Read more
Don't forget that our league match at home against Met Police that was due to take place tomorrow night will now be played on Wednesday, kickoff 7:45pm. This is to allow fans to watch both our match and England's World Cup Qualifying match in Ukraine.
So make sure you get along to Beveree on Wednesday evening an... Read more
Hampton & Richmond Borough were soundly beaten by an impressive Maidstone United side on Non League Day. With several outlets covering the game, including Radio Wey, Be Champions TV, Kick It Out and The Non League Paper making it a featured match, it was a chance for both sides to impress the onlooking me... Read more
Tomorrow's match with Maidstone United is not only a massive event on the pitch, but also off it. Not only are we the featured match in the South for Non League Day and hosting Kick It Out, we are going to be one of the featured matches in the Non League Paper!
NLP writer Sam Elliott has been to most of the club's hom... Read more
Borough's next match is against Maidstone United in the league this Saturday at Beveree Stadium. The game will see both Non League Day and Kick It Out in attendance, and our visitors should help generate a sizeable crowd and cracking atmosphere.
Paul and Darren's men picked up their first win of the season last Saturd... Read more
The club are delighted to confirm the permanent signing of Ryan Case and the loan signing of Alex Parsons.
Originally from Basingstoke, Ryan joined the AFC Bournemouth Academy in 2008 and in 2012 was given a 12 month professional contract with the Cherries. After signing for the South coast club... Read more
Alan Bray scored the only goal of a scrappy encounter at Rookery Hill against East Thurrock United to earn Borough their first league win of the campaign. Paul and Darren gave debuts to two new signings, with Ryan Case on the right wing and Alex Parsons on the left. Billy Jeffreys, Tom Hickey and James Simmonds sat out... Read more
Two of our home games have now been rearranged. Firstly, the match against Cray Wanderers, which was postponed last Saturday, will now take place on Tuesday September 17th.
Meanwhile, our match with Metropolitan Police, originally scheduled for Tuesday, September 10th, will now take place the following evening, Wednes... Read more
It was a night that few will want to remember - essentially gifting Wealdstone all three goals - in a match that turned on a couple of mad moments from Joel Ledgister.
Yet the first half hour, the Beavers made most of the running with Charlie Moone having the best opportunities. On 7 minutes, Ledgister was played in b... Read more
The Beavers will be a little disappointed they couldn't snatch the point in this battling draw at Ram Meadow against a Bury Town team that huffed and puffed to little effect until late in the game.
After Rodney Chiweshe had made a smart reflex save to tip over a John Sands header after 16 minutes, the Beavers came clo... Read more
The Beavers secured their first point of the new season with a battling display at the Dripping Pan against Lewes, but it could have been all three after Charlie Moone opened the scoring in the first half.
The Beavers nearly took the lead in the first minute as Joe Turner was played into space on the left hand side; h... Read more
The Beavers paid the price for allowing Margate back into the game after half time, conceding a late Matt Bodkin goal in the 90th minute, despite taking the lead through a Charlie Moone penalty midway through the first half.
Both teams looked to be trying to play some attractive football in the summer sunshine, on a B... Read more
Hampton & Richmond Borough took on the brightest that newly promoted Crystal Palace had to offer in the under-21s but had to settle for an extremely creditable display against young Eagles that had them chasing at shadows at times, despite taking the lead midway through the first half.
The first proper chance of n... Read more
In a largely scrappy match, one real piece of quality earned Borough the win in their penultimate friendly ahead of Saturday's Ryman League Premier Division opener against Margate. Rodney Chiweshe, who signed forms after the match, started again in goal, with Tommy Brewer once more in the right back slot.
James S... Read more
The club can today announce that popular goalkeeper Rodney Chiweshe has rejoined The Beavers for next season. The twenty five year old stopper, who won the Fans' Player Of The Year Award last season, signed registration forms after last Saturday's win at Ascot United. Rodney played fifty four games last season, missing... Read more
On a pleasant sunny evening at The Ranch, Hampton overturned an undeserved half time deficit to record a comfortable victory against their local opposition. Manager Paul Barry, operating solo as Darren is on holiday, named a very strong starting lineup, with Joel Ledgister, James Simmonds and Joe Turner supporting Char... Read more
In an entertaining game that will have given both managers plenty of positives, Bashley will be happiest with a 2-1 victory over a Beavers side in which Paul and Darren gave run-outs to players not involved during the last week.
On 7 minutes, Bashley opened the scoring when a corner came out to midfielder Dave Allen, ... Read more
The club is delighted to confirm that striker Charlie Moone is back at Beveree after signing forms after the win at Harefield on Thursday night. The former Woking striker was our top scorer last season with 24 goals in all competitions, and he is just six short of his half century for the club. Charlie left us in March... Read more
We are delighted to announce that popular midfielder Tom Hickey has rejoined the club for the coming season. The twenty year old from Camberley put in some sterling performances last season, and his consistent form has led to him spending most of this preseason having trials with last season's beaten League One playoff... Read more
The club are delighted to announce the arrival of defender Marcus Rose to the club.
23 year old Marcus, who was previously with Queens Park Rangers, Barnet, Hitchin Town and Leyton, joined Maidenhead in 2010, making 18 first team appearances in the 2010-11, but increasingly found it hard to get first team action, sp... Read more
The club are delighted to confirm that Rob Carrick has commited to the club for the coming season.
Midfielder Carrick started last season at Wealdstone after being at Camberley Town but not being able to get regular football, he left and signed for Chertsey Town, meeting up with current Beavers coach Neil Wood... Read more
Preseason continued on a beautiful afternoon at Beveree Stadium, as Paul and Darren's side welcomed Conference South newcomers Whitehawk. With several trialists appearing for both teams, and it being a friendly, there were many unfamiliar faces along with numerous substitutions.
The first chance fell to Hampton as ear... Read more
At Krooner Park on Tuesday evening the Beavers took on Camberley Town and after a steady opening, took the lead on 19 minutes as Matt Reece sidefooted home a corner from the left.
On 25 minutes, the Beavers doubled the lead as a Reece cross was turned in very neatly from 12 yards by Jordan Rocastle.
Camberley's chanc... Read more
The fixtures are finally out! We start at home on the 10th to Margate before a midweek trip to Lewes on the 13th and a trip to Bury on the 17th. Boxing day is home to Kingstonian, before away to Wealdstone on the 28th and New Years Day at Cray Wanderers. We finish up away to Carshalton (or Thurrock, depending on ... Read more
The QPR Elite Development Squad came to the Beveree on a warm and balmy summer evening, and gave the experimental Beavers squad a glimpse of the standard of play that they ought to aim for in the coming Ryman Premier League season.
QPR kicked off and with just 22 seconds on the watch, Michael Petrasso sidefooted the b... Read more
The club can confirm the latest signing ahead of the coming season, after striker Jordan Rocastle committed yesterday evening. The twenty one year old is a pacey frontman, and boasts an impressive goal tally wherever he has been. He made his Beavers debut last saturday, scoring twice in the win against Chertsey Town.
... Read more
In what is becoming an increasingly busy period for our joint managers Paul and Darren, four more players have signed up for the coming Ryman League Premier Division campaign. These four players are Alan Bray, Malvin Kamara, Karle Carder and Dominic Ogun. Three of these names will of course be familiar to Beavers fans,... Read more
It was said that the Duke of Wellington won the battle of Waterloo thanks to preperation on the playing fields of Eton. This afternoon, Hampton & Richmond Borough began their preparation for the next Ryman Premier League season by playing Chertsey Town at Eton Playing Fields.
In an even first half, the Beavers ope... Read more
The draws for the early rounds of the FA Cup and FA Trophy have been made, and The Beavers have been handed home ties in both competitions. In the FA Cup First Qualifying Round, Darren and Paul's side potentially have a local derby, as they will entertain the winners of Ashford Town (Middlesex) and Bishop's Cleeve. The... Read more
The club are delighted to announce that Anson Cousins has signed up for next season. The twenty one year old left sided player is the latest to commit himself to the club, after signing forms on the same evening as James Simmonds.
Cousins said: "It feels great to be back after being out for a while injured. I have bee... Read more
The club is delighted to announce that last night James Simmonds committed to another season with the Beavers. James has been an integral part of the club's midfield for a number of years and his commitment will be a boost to the squad in the middle of the pitch.
Speaking this afternoon, James stated, "I'm happy to sa... Read more
The draws for this season's Middlesex FA County Cups have been made. In the Senior Challenge Cup, Borough enter at the second round stage, and will face a tricky trip to either Enfield 1893 or Wembley. The game is scheduled to take place in the week commencing December 2nd.
In the Senior Charity Cup, again suppor... Read more
It has been a very busy close season for Darren and I. We started pretty much after the last game of the season, talking to current players and finding out who would be interested in returning, bearing in mind the reduced budget and we had very positive talks with all, which was a good way to start.
The trial game was... Read more
The club is delighted to announce the signing of young midfielder Tommy Brewer.
Tommy Brewer is an all action central midfielder who spent last season with Wealdstone, Carshalton Athletic and Lewes. The twenty year old is a Hampton local, and was a regular on the Beveree terraces in his youth.
He started his career a... Read more
The club are pleased to announce they have secured training facilities for next season at St Paul's College, Sunbury, where the college are installing a 3G facility. The club will have access to the facility on their usual Thursday training nights throughout the upcoming season.
The club already have an existing link ... Read more
The club are pleased to announce that another pre-season friendly has been agreed, to be played on Saturday, July 20th.
Ryman Premier League Champions Whitehawk, now called Brighton City FC, will be the visitors to Beveree that day with a 3pm kick off.
During last season, the Beavers did well against the East Brighto... Read more
In the last week, over 100 applicants were whittled down to 40 players who were invited to take part in trials on Thursday night, a good exercise for the club. These were a wide range of players from released players formerly at professional clubs, down to others from lower level looking to move up in their football. T... Read more
It's that time of year again when clubs and fans start to look forward to next season, and to that end Hampton & Richmond Borough FC are delighted to announce their first preseason friendlies in the buildup to the 2013-14 Ryman League Premier Division season.
The games start in early July, with a trialists... Read more
The club is delighted to announce the addition of Neil Woodyer to the coaching team. Neil, a UEFA B coach, will work alongside managers Paul Barry and Darren Powell, joining us from Chertsey Town, having previously worked at Camberley Town and Farnborough. As well as this, Neil has also played for North Shore Utd &... Read more
The Beavers ended the season with a pleasing win over Bognor Regis on a cool breezy afternoon at the Beveree.
After Terry Dodd had shot well over for the Rocks early in the game, Joe Turner tested keeper Stoner on 10 minutes with a shot which forced the keeper to use his legs to save.
On the half hour, Terry Dodd tho... Read more
Hampton & Richmond Borough came from two goals down to rescue a point against a Canvey Island side that will play in the Ryman Premier Division again next season after missing out on this term's playoffs. It was the first game for Darren Powell and Paul Barry since they were announced as the new permanent joint man... Read more
The Beavers went down to relegation-threatened Cray Wanderers team, in a tired performance which showed the efforts the team have gone through in April, 8 games in 20 days.
The first chance fell to the hosts on 15 minutes as Phillips beat 3 Hampton defenders before pulling the ball back to Bremner, beating Darren Powe... Read more
Hampton recorded only their sixth home league win of the season with a convincing 3-1 victory against high flying Wealdstone. The Stones were second in the table coming into this match, and would have been expecting to close the almost insurmountable gap between themselves and leaders Whitehawk. There were two changes ... Read more
In a game that was short on quality but big on stubborn defensive play, the Beavers ground out a point that keeps them away from the teams fighting relegation. Yet it is the visitors that were happiest with the point as the Beavers could have nicked the win, given the second half display.
The first half was attritiona... Read more
In wet conditions on a pitch that slowly got worse as the afternoon went on, the Beavers found themselves beaten by clinical finishing by an East Thurrock side chasing a playoff place.
Due to the previous day's rain, volunteers from the fans had assisted the groundstaff to try and disperse the standing water on the pi... Read more
Just to confirm there will be a pitch inspection at 10-30am to determine if the pitch is playable for this afternoon's game vs East Thurrock Utd can take place.
If you are free, the team of volunteers currently working to give the game a chance to take place could always do with another pair of hands. Read more
A stirring fight back from the Beavers gained them a well earned point against Leiston, after being 2-0 then 3-1 down with a half hour to play.
The Beavers came out with a definite sense of purpose and on 4 minutes, Tom Hickey intercepted a pass in midfield and took the opportunity to drive forward, but his shot was... Read more
After the sparkling performance of Thursday night against Enfield Town, the Beavers came up against a Met Police side that had clearly done their homework and gave them no room to play in.
In a first half that struggled to come to life, the Beavers made the opening chance on 8 minutes when Mo Bettamer managed to beat ... Read more
After the departure of Mark Harper, coach Paul Barry and captain Darren Powell took charge on this rare excursion into Thursday Night Football and the players responded with a fine performance against fellow mid-table dwellers Enfield Town.
After a cagey start, Enfield took the lead on 11 minutes as a Hunt cross from ... Read more
Another fruitless performance, this time against the league's bottom club, was sufficient for Mark Harper to decide enough was enough and tender his resignation after the game.
The game opened with the Beavers kicking into the wind, but it was Carshalton who took the lead. Bradford ended up with the ball within the 6 ... Read more
Another fruitless afternoon in front of the Beveree faithful for the Beavers, who despite plenty of effort and good approach play, just couldn't convert the possession and play into goals.
A decent start by the Beavers saw both Tony Taggart and James Simmonds attempt to beat Tolfrey from distance but the keeper had a ... Read more
A disciplined and hard working performance saw the Beavers pick up a well earned point at the league leaders, who failed to impress and prove their position.
Although Rodney Chiweshe had an easy save from Rossi-Bianco to give him an early touch of the ball, and Joe Turner's long shot from 20 yd just cleared the Whiteh... Read more
Where were you in the summer of '66? I know some of you were not even born, but I remember it as if it were yesterday. I must be getting old when I write things like that!!! 1966, the year we hosted & won the world cup. There were some great games, as well as some rough ones, in the tournament. Pele, one of the gre... Read more
Following a seven-day approach, leading scorer Charlie Moone has decided to accept the offer from Boreham Wood.
We would like to thank Charlie for his hard work and his goal contribution while with the club and we wish him well in his future with Boreham Wood in the Blue SquareBet South. Read more
After the disappointment of Saturday's defeat, a Tuesday night trip to Nyewood Lane to face Bognor Regis Town didn't exactly set the pulses racing but for those who braved the journey, it will go down as an amazing night. A 15 minute first half hat-trick by Ryan Moss killed off the game before the half time Bovril was ... Read more
Mark would like to invite all supporters to a Q & A session with the team management & senior players. This will be held this Thursday 21st March in Hammonds Bar. Meet from 7pm for a 7:30pm start. Read more
A long dreary journey to the easternmost senior football ground in the UK ended with the Beavers on the receiving end of a heavy defeat, which given the clubs defensive record, was a little unexpected.
After a bright opening 5 minutes, in which man-of-match Tony Taggart forced keeper Plummer into an early save, the ho... Read more
Once again, the Beavers put a lot into their efforts, but once again, they were not able to force the win. This leaves the club with just one win since Boxing Day.
In the first half, neither team forced a save from the opposing keeper. However, the Beavers had the most of the possession and the best chances. T... Read more